Winter weather such as snow, water, and ice can cause property damage. Unfortunately, some of that damage may not be covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy.
If you want to protect your home from winter weather risks keep reading this article.
Are you ready for snow? A heavy snowfall can damage your home. Make sure you get up on your roof with a shovel to clear all that snow. Also check that your insurance policy covers for weight of ice, snow, and sleet.
Watch out for falling trees! During a windy winter, trees can fall and create a real hassle. Remove dead trees and trim the healthy ones to avoid damage. Check that your insurance will pay in case of damage from a falling tree.
Protect those pipes. Wrap your water pipes with insulation sleeves to prevent them from freezing and bursting. Know your insurance policy and study all fine print to ensure you’re well covered for the winter.